Rosalie Huber at age 109
|Birth:||29 September 1908|
Scherberg, Bavaria, Germany
|Death:||14 May 2019|
Niederviehbach, Bavaria, Germany
|Age:||110 years, 227 days|
Rosalie Huber (Sister Konrada; 29 September 1908 - 14 May 2019) was an unvalidated German supercentenarian, who was one of the oldest living people in Germany.
Huber was born in Scherberg, Bavaria on 29 September 1908. She had three brothers and six sisters. At age 15 she moved to Niederviehbach, where she lived for the rest of her life. At first she attended a school of home economics, although she also wished to become a sister in the local Roman Catholic cloister ‘St. Maria’. She entered the congregation on 9 May 1930. At first she worked at the cloisters gate, and from 1946 to 2010 she worked in the cloisters dresses office.
Turning 110 in September 2018, Sr. Konrada was the first national German nun to become a supercentenarian. She was physically weak but able to participate in the daily prayers.
Rosalie Huber died in Niederviehbach, Bavaria, Germany on 14 May 2019 at the age of 110 years, 227 days.
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